Chandauli32 minutes ago
- copy link
Those who burn stubble after harvesting paddy in Chandauli district are not well. Tehsil level mobile teams and gram panchayat level lekhpal and secretaries have been given the responsibility to monitor stubble burners. On the other hand, during the investigation, if any person is found burning stubble in the field, he will be fined on a large scale. At the same time, it has been made mandatory to install straw disposal device in the combine machine during paddy harvesting.
Deputy Agriculture Director Vijender Kumar said that it is mandatory to use super straw management system or strawer or straw rake and baler during harvesting of paddy crop with combine harvesting machine. Warned that case will be filed against combine machine operators who use machines without super straw management system.
Monitoring being done under the chairmanship of SDM
Told that for burning stubble, a fine of Rs 2500 will be imposed on less than two acres of land, Rs 5000 for two to five acres of land and Rs 15000 for more than five acres of land. Told that for prevention of incidents of stubble burning, monitoring will be done at district level under the chairmanship of ADM and tehsil level mobile squad under the chairmanship of SDM. At the same time, the responsibility has been given to the agriculture department and accountants in the justice panchayat.
DM sought cooperation from village heads
DM Isha Duhan has appealed to all the village heads of the district to cooperate to stop the incidents of stubble burning. At the same time, more than 22 thousand waste decomposers have been distributed so far to convert the straw into organic manure. Apart from this, subsidy is being given to individual farmers on agricultural machinery under the scheme of crop residue management.